What are the objectives of this course?
The course will give students the fundamental knowledge needed to use the principles of Lean Six Sigma to run processes more efficiently and improve the quality of the output by identifying and removing causes of defects.
- The Define phase during which projects are selected and wasteful elements are identified and action items are defined.
- The Measure phase is used to catalogue and analyse existing processes to define an operational baseline that can be used to calculate potential capability of each.
- The Analyse phase uses statistical analysis and hypothesis testing to model how processes may be improved and the potential value of each.
- The Improve phase helps students to identify the changes that will deliver the greatest business benefits before putting those plans into action.
- The Control phase then helps to monitor each change that is made and record any deviations from the predicted benefits, then how to action on the results.
Who is it intended for?
The Green Belt is for anyone who is a member of a processor quality team and looking to take on more responsibility as part of their career or personal development. The qualification also allows students to train others who are less qualified.
There are no prerequisites to take this course.
What marks this course apart?
The Lean Six Sigma Green Belt goes hand-in-hand with other project management qualifications. You will also be able to study the Black Belt at some stage in the future if your career or personal development goals demand it. The Green Belt leads to job roles such as continuous improvement manager, process improvement manager and quality assurance manager; they have salaries averaging £45,000.
What happens after requesting information?
Once you have enquired you will be contacted by one of our specialist careers advisors who will be able to provide you with any further information you require.
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